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Belated Mother's Day Dinner

ACTUALLY BELATED POST NOT BELATED DINNER... LOL... 

Forgot to post  up these until I saw them in my album a moment ago, these were taken a day before Ipoh was imposed with MCO.  And these dishes were ordered a day before the restaurant was closed until further notice!  

My son ordered these from Yuk Sou Hin Restaurant in Weil Hotel.  When we went to pick up, we were told that the next day onwards, the restaurant would be closed during the MCO period until further notice.  Not only this restaurant, I heard many of the eateries, cafes and some restaurants also take this opportunity to close for two weeks.  No dining in will affect many restaurants/cafes alike, business will be very slow and result in losses.  

Coming back to my Mother's Day dinner, these were what were picked up... 

Two variety of dim sum....
Their signature wood BBQ duck.... RM88
Sweet and sour prawns....
Their prawns are big and fresh... 

We could not finish the meaty meal... 
The next day I just cooked these....
Mixed vegetables.... 
And I sauteed the duck with lots of ginger and garlic.... 
I wanted to put in cilipadi... but unfortunately, there wasn't any... 
Our dinner for the next day.... 
Heard that there will be stricter MCO conditions...
Whatever they are, Just Stay home and Be Safe...

Comments

  1. I am eyeing the duck. Duck meat is not cheap, so a rare indulgence usually during CNY.

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  2. DUCK!!! I want!!! The original, that is...not after what you did to it. LOL!!!

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  3. I am drooling over the duck. Great idea to sauteed the leftover duck with ginger.

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  4. Looks very good, and generously abundant as well.

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  5. A whole duck, of course cannot finish. You could cook chai boey with the remaining duck. Very nice mother's day meal.

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  6. Oh mine! Look at the duck! Yums!

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